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IF, lht: Mounlam M,:,ssolO~,f' Thussday, May 3, 1990 All Around Student Award Kindergarten t h,kfl .I.~ck.:on Guile L~o99:; 1 a! a .~:d~uh ud I mrm,,, llokL, t .mell I hdnt. ,IossIC.I t t.l,.'k CI yst,ll Adwell k'3lltO ~'~/,l I L'~ [auu I aylo~ tLmdall Stone Grade 11 Melissa Boggs Shem Cla~kson Robert E tin(. e Anl Jlld,1 K e,'-;sl ng(,t Bret Marsh DebbJe Osbol lie Oelmiler Ride Molly Simpso;1 Ashley Stone Becky Tayto~ Russell WeMe Andea Hake Billy Boggs BrandJ Harry Deborah Ferguson Eric Hazelwood Ernie Atkins Jeffery Hake Jeremy Schulrud JessJca Lewis Joshua Lephew Gap Mills School I ot;lh' Wicklum M,uv [)alntuon l'hlIhp ,IoH,,:~ tLlblin,~ lhHkh,y t;h'ph.ln~t, I d>h; I,tllh'l./ I I~'ltl Grade 2 Guy I}land loll Boggs 5h,lwn Guh, l Alma Ch:~t:noll Jesse G ~:;lip Clystal [~,lvy havis [ Inlet o tIla kta:lr; Mndehne t take M..k J.mles Rogol Kincaid Stacy Lucas Nicole McDowell fimmy Ned Derek Staten Carolyn Waddell Heather Walton Holly Dunbar Amanda Flack John Humphleys Chris Eggleston April Adkins Kelly Surface Amanda Boggs A-rielle Cohen Chris Kast Jessica Ward Bobby Cole Grade 3 J uli,,,' l{o:;tic .qu:;nl~ C, lalkson ,lo'.;q d i I cllol~; Alll,llld;l I hllolO I ella I hflnel Su:;an I lili I~anld I IinkI~:y An(h Karnes t:bt;o t~uldy I hzabeth Staten Amanda [alloy Grade 4 Kelly Boggs Kin1 tlefnel Mancly Bostic Philip Wickline Angelina Ehnore Clystal tloke ] abetlla Snrith Susie Compton Meresa Hutchison Cathy Hoke Jason Thomas Grade 5 Jason Arthur Michelle Bostic Peggy Bostic Stephen Capaldo Jessica Chasnoff Jamie Cristip Michael Dowdy Amanda Elmore Carley Franklin I).u~,~l ( ';f i11ilii Kilt;h,n Ilill Avdlt{)ily I luht:~ ii(t Ahcl,l 1 tylhxl Grade 6 Apld A~t:.II~; Sh~'IIt t{o(t!l!; Antl:l t{r(~wr~ 1 it;:l I)lxt,n ,lay I ruly lammy C;;flford Shuit~ (~l{)w:,r Maffli~ Milh~ Mi:ty My~s l)ebbie Sams Joe Wicklino Micah Allen Regina Smith Grade 7 Dou.g Canterbury Faith Dowdy Alicia Dowdy Christir~a Guy Kif Hancock Becky Morns Sheila Saunders JackJe Spellman Jenny Walker April Woodzell Grade 8 Yvonne Bailey April Dixon Ruth Pitzer .%h ~ven ,~i)( ,lICel I r;tcy I)ulfl);l~ Sulh Milh:r Kdly Wtnct; Anlhol~y [old ,luIi~: Slnith l.arry Smith Cry~;tal Surface ,l~mlly Wylie Susan Men i~; doAnn Cathcart Billie Clark Rachel Dixon Grade 9 Regina Sizemore Annie Allen Gina Breckenridge ]racy Crawford Nikki Withrow Becky Howard Nancy McDowell Robin Thompson Debbie Hess Willie Lephew Ann Deskins Steven Dameron Jenny Elmore Wendy Thomas Bill Hill Metanie Lively Crichton Junior Hi School Grade 7 l Grade 8 I Bradley Starcher Karen Bathe [Grace Duncan I Brady Fitzwater I John Boggs I Perry hall I [Jason Caroll [ Tammy Harron [ Grade 9 I David Harris IKathy Kashola I Loren Bowles [Charity Richmond [joyce McClung [Chris Duggan IRaymond Washington |Lester Payne IDarler~e Nottingham ELECT ELIZABETH BRANNON DEMOCRAT 11th DISTRICT SENATOR Committed To Ethical Responsive Service PAID FOR BY THE CANDIDA!E Miss Weaver The 1990 graduating class of Radford University, Radford, Virginia will include Allison Paise Weaver. A 1985 graduate of Greenbrier East High School, Ms Weaver is a daugh- ter of Sara C. Weaver of Roncev- erie. She will receive a B. S. in Early Education with an overall grade point average of 3.085. Wins Spelliqg B Leah Smith L ea Smith, ar/ eighth grade stu- dent at Lewisburg Junior High School (LJH) recently represented LJH in The Charleston Daily mail Regional Spelling Bee. Leah was runner-up in the Spelling Bee after stumbling on the word "fluoroscope." As runner-up she won a set of En- clopedia Britannica, a gift from that company. Leah had her own cheering sec- tion at the Spelling Bee. She was accompanied by her mother and stepfather, Christine and Richard Wood, as well as her sister, Caroline and brother Dane. Leah, who has parhcipated in her county bee four times, said studying is a family proj- ect. Leah would like to be a doctor or a lawyer The regional bee was held at Charleston's Capitol Plaza Music Hatt where counhes sent spetlers who had placed either first or sec- ond in local contests. All spelling pamcipants received certificates and T-shirts. Master of Ceremonies for the re- gional contest was Bos Johnson, vice-president of the Huntington of- rice of Charles Ryan Associates. Pronouncer was Dorothy Johnson, professor in Marshall University's speech department. III II II II IIIII What you do is news to the Mountain Messenger! 647-5724 ( Lewisbuxg Library Friends' By Kelly Cahill lhe Friends of tin., Oreer!brier County Library ~n Lmw~;burg heard the head Iibrarlarl. Ann Farr, de- :,crlbe varied arid num-rous serv- Icer; thu local i~brary provlrje durLng their regular n]onthly meetng For lhose not familiar with these sew- ~ces. a summary of I'A~; Farr's pres- entation fo/low~; First, "Borrower's Cards," which carl be used irt any state public li- brag, are issued flee d charge. If a pubhcation ~s not available locally, free interlibrary loans are available. Requests go to Charleston where the State Union Catalogue is used to locate desired volumes. Normally a request ~s processed in 7 to t0 days. "Subject" requests are in- cluded in this serwce. There are several special serv- ices for the blind and physically handicapped including a rotating stock of 35 large-print books at the library. Forms avaiiabie at the liorary may be filled out and s~gned where- upon patrons can request large-pnnt books directly from Charleston Books are sent and returned post- age free. Specific tries, as well as general interest areas (mysteries, westerns, etc.), can be requested. For those who enjoy listening to books on tape, our library has ap- proximately 50 on hand. lnterlibrary loans, through Charleston, make 200 other book tapes available. Film services are also free. Over 2,000 16 millimeter films are stocked by the West Virginia Library Com- mission in Charleston. A noncircu- lating catalog is'available at our li- brary to select desired films. Two weeks' notice is required for films. Requests are processed on a first- come first-serve basis. Our library provides one for one paperback book exchanges if you pr~;f~ avo,d~ng r'~ormal arid return requiromer~t'~ [ i~c~ i~brar~ar ,,~ of tne number of r;..portant publications a,'altable They the fo;,iowlng: Dun and Standard and Peers, IMS of Publications, l',,latona! Addresses and Telephone bets, McJical Encycl0I Grangers Index to Poetr D~rectory and others. Ti~ere are 52 able together with the Guide to Periodicals, Social Issues Resources three West Virginia Video cassettes suitable grams such as substance example, are also available. Other services include Notary Forms and Notary service (by Ms Farr) at no stocking of State and come Tax forms, copier cents per sheet), FAX 1st page, $2 after phone is 645-6259 Star 2. use typewriter, a TV and a I available fo~ use at the library"l%e ~'~ r chea tionaIly, three Poioro~d ca#~''' ~d~',, Ul play, prey be loaned out (film not . ~, I won The Library Annex is avall~l~ black. pubhc use at no charge W~l not scheduled for library actiV~.~_ . security deposit may be req~J~"~nt" rI Aithough not tecnnicaIlY a,~ ,,, . ,~,.~'', 'YOu " ice, patrons are reminde~ "i,~;~irlk vn, days are fine-free when 0~. r..u books are returned. The Friends of ~ne Library compliment the mayor, Ci and the Citizens of the essential financial serwces they provide our Donations of hme and people in the surrounding also essential and greatly ated by the library staff and ~a it wa~ Trustees. l~l to g: [Went to ~atthe, Wlnll" ~ hear hir~ fir: is g. The ( IIIIIII I I IIII _ III I III (4-458) (2250) I II II SUPER BUYa Shock absorber (5*442) (TD) I I Alexis Bohrnstedt (left) and Sarah CayanuS A poster/logo contest was heldject of the posters was by The Greenbrier County Litter Prevention, Clean-up R~ Control Coalition. This organization LewisbuYg Junior is devoted to litter control education Sarah Cayanus won a and to the promotion of efforts to el- $75 and Alexis Bohrnstedt fectively control litter and solid waste end prize of $50. Both in Greenbrier County. eighth grade studentS, I II honored at a Reception Spectracide" The contest was to further the Hall were winning post, goals of this organization. The sub- exhibit. $5" Spectracide' w.dra"a"d.,,,., Miss .Tuckwiller: Ronceve e Ready to use, Merit Scholar Bee gallon with sprinkler top (5426)(53000) Cynthia Tuckwiller of Clintonville, Sponsored by the N a senior at Greenbrier West High graphic Society, the School, has met the requirements to win a 1990 National Merit Scholar- ship, a distinction that places her in a group representing less than half of one per cent of American high school seniors. Winners are deter- mined by their high school academic progress and scores on the PSAT and SAT cottege~dmission tests. Ms Tuckwiller was commended for how well she uses her educa- tional opportunities, her persever- ance in formal studies and training, and the competence she has devel- oped in her chosen career field, by the Greenbrier West High School faculty. the national Gee held at the University March 30. Among th~ pants, who had won grades four through eigi~ throughout the state, Hedrick of Ronceverte His score on a written prepared by The him for the state contest' lions were not only ty graphic but also tory, science and de Hedrick was question of reaching His parents are Hedrick of Ronceverte. A L~VlI"ON COImIN~ II IIII III I I I I III (,4 163) (072-22) IIIIIIII IIIIIII Iflllll IIII Drives or removes hundreds of screws on a single chorge (4 722) (2'105) I I I I II I stay sharp (4 20)(~5 350) I III IIIIIII li "llYapper" Double Blade Jack Knife With jigged bone handle end chrome vanadium blades. (~2-~02) (~63) IIIIIIIII II IIIII I i i iiii i i iii Entry Lockset Key-in-knob locking, interior turn burton, deed locking latch. Dover design. (5~t~)(SOS432X3) Rt. 219 N., 1-64 Interchange Lewisburg, WV. NOr It metchondlle moy be olfeled R:R ~|d} bY OII riDDlers. Avoiloble Ol 645-1351 r I:htoIoIs only,, Plea se Vote For GREENBRIER CO. BOARD OF EDUCATION " IF ELECTED I PLAN TO RESTORE INTEGRITY AND OUR SCHOOL BOARD WITH MORAL, HONEST, AND SHIP CAPABILITY TO ALL GREENBRIER CHILDREN!" THE NEEDS OF OUR STUDENTS MUST coM~, Opposed to all consolidation plans as they now exist. Central office must be scaled back with positions either combined or terminated. I support teachers and school personnel in their negotiat with Charleston for better pay, retirement, and health I will visit all schools regularly to gain advice and insigh from faculty and students on school concerns and Opposed to executive sessions of the Board